Open Education Resources

Open Education Resources

Open Education Resources 
Have you ever considered copyrighting your intellectual property for student use? Perhaps you would like to remix or adapt a document but unsure how to do so?

Watch the following tutorial for recommendations and best practices doing so! 

Lesson link  Open Education Resources

Open Education Resources
  

Do you collaborate with other teachers and educators about curriculum? 
Do you provide academic information to others about these resources? Are textbooks and other learning material outdated in your building? 
Do you collaborate with other teachers and educators about curriculum? 
Do you provide academic information to others about these resources? Are textbooks?
Do you collaborate with other teachers and educators about curriculum?
Do you provide academic information to others about these resources? 
Are textbooks and other learning material outdated in your building?
 Material outdated in your building?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, perhaps it’s time to consider the successes and challenges of Open Educational Resources (OER). 

5Rs - REUSE / REVISE / REMIX/ REDISTRIBUTE/ RETAIN 
The Open Educational Resources (OER) movement is part of a global effort to make knowledge available to all. 

With OER you are free to: 
1. Reuse - Use the work verbatim (unaltered), without having to ask permission. 
2. Revise - Alter or transform the work to meet your needs 
3. Remix - Combine the (verbatim or altered) work with other works for enhanced effect 
4. Redistribute - Share the verbatim, reworked, or remixed work with others. 
5. Retain - Keep access to the materials after the learning event. 


Creative Commons License
Open Education Resources by Diane Gill is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.

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